Sunday Book Club: Which Literary Heroine are You?

March 26, 2017 Sunday Book Club 17

Happy Sunday!

A friend shared a fun article on Facebook about which literary heroine is most like you, based on your Myers-Briggs personality assessment.

You can take a Myers-Briggs type test here, if you haven’t already.

I am an ISFJ-T, a “defender”. ISFJ-T’s are “very dedicated warm protectors, always ready to defend their loved ones” (purse whomping, anyone?)

According to the literary heroine test I am most like Meg March from Little Women.

Eh. Ok, I’ll take their word for it 😉

Take the literary heroines Myers-Briggs test HERE and let me know which literary heroine YOU are most like!!

Carrie

17 Responses to “Sunday Book Club: Which Literary Heroine are You?”

    • Carrie

      I’ve always liked Meg, but I don’t know that I see myself as Meg… perhaps I’m due for a re-read of Little Women soon 😉

  1. Paula S.

    I am supposedly like Natasha Rostova. I saw the movie but didn’t read the book. I thought I would be somebody that had loyalty as one of their words. Been married 48 years this June!

  2. Winnie Thomas

    I’m ISFJ-T, too, Carrie! No wonder we’re BFFFs. We’re two Megs in a pod!I’m going to have to reread Little Women, too. I haven’t read it in way too many years.

  3. Janet Ferguson

    I’m PROTAGONIST (ENFJ-T) I need to find the literary one.

    • Carrie

      A protagonist is a great thing for an author to be 🙂